Alejandro Falduti Joins Wing as Senior Producer

Wing, a full-service marketing communications agency focused on the intersection of the U.S. Hispanic, Latin American and general markets, today announced the appointment of Alejandro Falduti as Senior Producer.

Falduti is based in New York and will be responsible for leading production across all of Wing's brands. He brings a global advertising perspective to Wing, having worked with top brands such as Coca-Cola, Vodafone, Milkybar, Diesel and Telecom Argentina & Arnet. He reports to Tania Salter, Head of Production at Wing.

"Ale´ is a real talent, with a stellar production reel," said Salter. "His expertise will give even higher-quality production value to our work across all clients."

Arriving from Buenos Aires and fluent in English and Spanish, Falduti previously worked for global creative agency Santo where he was Global Producer, working on notable campaigns such as Coca-Cola's World Cup 2010 and Vodaphone's "Power To You" in Europe. Prior, he honed his production skills and built his creative instincts with roles at Peluca Films,
Palermo Films and Pioneer Productions. He is a graduate of the University of San Andres, where he studied communications and marketing.

"Wing's work is in a category of its own," said Falduti. "I am excited to be a part of an innovative team that works with top-tier clients, and I look forward driving inspiring work on behalf of our brands."


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